I’m falkTX, the author of KXStudio (http://kxstudio.sf.net), and I maintain a set of repositories for Ubuntu.
I love JUCE and I think it has lots of potential in Linux, so I created some basic DEB packages to ease to installation for new users.
The packages are build with VSTSDK2.4 enabled on a Lucid Lynx (10.04) clean chroot.
You can get the packages here:
If you want the complete documentation too, install this one:
The packages built are:
The shared library of JUCE (release and debug)
The static library of JUCE, plus all the stuff needed to compile (ie, the complete code…)
Demo applications provided in the JUCE base code (audio_plugin_demo, juce_demo, juce_hello_world, and the demo VST plugin)
Tools used for developing JUCE apps (amalgamator, binarybuilder, jucer [old], Jucer [new])
- Demos and Tools were built against the shared library, to make them smaller (shared: 100kb vs static/amalgamated: 6Mb)
- The audio_plugin_host crashes on start in 64bit systems
let me know if you find this useful!